National Technology Day

National Technology Day is a very special day for Indian Technology since 1999. It is so significant because India achieved a huge technological advancement on the day. The first, indigenous aircraft “Hansa-3” was test flown at Bangalore on this day. Not only this, India also performed successful test firing of the Trishul missile on the same day. India also executed three successful nuclear tests, carried out at Pokhran, in Rajasthan May 11.

11th May, 1998,that India achieved a major technological breakthrough by successfully carrying out series of nuclear tests at Pokhran. Also the first, indigenous aircraft “Hansa-3” was test flown from Bangalore on this day and India also performed successful test firing of the Trishul missile on the same day. Considering the technological advancements,  the then Prime Minister, Shri. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, declared 11th May to be celebrated as National Technology Day every year. Technology Day is celebrated as a symbol of quest for scientific inquiry, technological creativity and the translation of that quest in the integration of Science, Society and Industry. This day is also celebrated to honour technological innovations and their successful commercialization which takes the fruits of  research to reach to people at large. Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) is co-ordinating the State level activities in connection with the observance of National Technology Day. Proposals from academic institutions such as VHSS/ Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs), Polytechnic Colleges, Engineering Colleges, University Department of Engineering Sciences, Research Organizations, Registered NGOs etc, in the Kerala State are selected for the celebration of National Technology Day. The programmes are planned to generate awareness among the students, academia, general public, etc. about the importance of  Technology Day through lectures, seminars, Quiz programmes, exhibitions, elocution etc.

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  2. Saraki who was arraigned in September 2015 by the federal government had pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against him.

    Before the tribunal judgment yesterday, the Senate President
    had filed a no case submission, asking the tribunal to
    dismiss the charges against him.

    In his judgment, the tribunal chairman, Mr.
    Danladi Umar, held that the allegations proffered against
    Saraki by the federal government was bereft of probate
    value and manifestly unreliable to hold the charges against the defendant.

    The tribunal said the prosecution, at the close of the case, failed to establish a prima facie case against the defendant.

    Umar said the four witnesses called by the prosecution to testify in the matter gave contradictory evidences that were manifestly unreliable to convict the
    defendant or order him to enter his defense.

    He specifically referred to the evidence of the third prosecution witness,
    Mr. Samuel Madojemu, to the effect that oral investigation was conducted on Saraki and that there was no
    written report on Saraki by the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).

    The tribunal chairman added that such evidence has no probate value
    upon which the tribunal can hold the charges against
    the defendant.

    According to him, Madojemu as Head of Investigation and Intelligence Department of the CCB
    did not in any way help the prosecution in his evidence when he (Madojemu)
    claimed that all his averments in the affidavit in support of the charges against Saraki were based on information supplied to him
    by an undisclosed team of investigators.

    Umar further said that the report of the Economic and Financial Crimes
    Commission (EFCC) put at the disposal of the tribunal was more of
    intelligence gathering than conventional investigation.

    He said that to worsen the case, the defendant was never invited or made to make
    statement so that truth could be unearthed if
    there are allegations against him.

    To this effect, the chairman of the tribunal ruled thus: “From the simple analysis of the evidence of the prosecution, we find it difficult to accept the seriousness of the witnesses. All the evidences were so discredited, unreliable that no reasonable court will attach probate value to them.

    “Since the essential ingredients of all the charges were not proved as required by law, this tribunal has
    no option than to discharge and acquit the defendant in view
    of the manifestly unreliable evidence of the
    prosecution witnesses”.

    In his supporting ruling, the second member of the panel, Mr. Williams Atedze Agwadza, said that he was persuaded by the ultimate conclusion of the chairman of the tribunal on the no case submission.

    He said a careful perusal of the four witnesses and 48 exhibits tendered by the prosecution showed grave defectiveness as no prima facie case was established to sustain the charge.

    “The formulation of the 18 count charge was based on the affidavit evidence of Mr.
    Samuel Madojemu of the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB).
    His testimony and affidavit evidence later became affliction and
    epidemic that befell the prosecution because they were based on mere hearsays”, he stated.

    He said sections 37, 38 and 126 of the Evidence Act were violated with manifestly inadmissible exhibits and testimony.

    He further said that the team referred to by Madojemu and which comprised of the operatives of the EFCC, DSS, and CCB is unknown to law as the team has no constitutional or statutory backing to do what they did, thereby making the charge against Saraki incurably defective and capable of causing miscarriage of justice against the defendant.

    “Evidence to establish offence must be such that
    has probate value. Another fatal error on the part of the complainant was the failure to obtain statement of the defendant”, he added.

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